Turning

Subject:
Re: Interesting Pschological Issue

John K Jordan
I prefer to sketch out the piece ahead of time and decide on things like finial/foot/lid before I start. If I don't, adding one or not later might look like an afterthought or omission.

At this point, I would sketch the outline then try out several toppings with a pencil. Alternatively, try several quick shapes from practice wood, spray black or something, and see what they look like from various perspectives and settings.

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